Mentors in the Making 2018-19
You may have had someone in your life who recognized a spark in you. They guided and encouraged you in your life choices leading you to where you are right now, ready to give back. If you would like to do the same for someone else, please consider Mentors in the Making, a 1:1 mentoring program for teens at Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center. STEM professionals are paired with an underserved high school student to learn 3-D printing, laser cutting, and vinyl cutting technologies as well as design software. Together teams work, one evening a week, on digital fabrication projects. Projects vary in size and scope, and ultimately can have an impact in the community beyond the Fab Lab. Each team works through the engineering process, learning design and preparing prototypes, culminating with a capstone project and, more importantly, a positive relationship with a STEM professional for a high school student. No experience in digital fabrication technologies is required, you would be co-learning these technologies with your mentee. If you are interested, simply fill out this application and we will get in touch with you very soon. This program is scheduled to run October 2018-May 2019 of this year.

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Are you able to commit to your mentee for the entirety of this program: October 2018- May 2019? *
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Please make a brief statement as to why you are interested in participating in the Mentors in the Making program. *
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Please describe yourself as a 10th grader in high school: what interested you, your activities, the type of student you were, etc. *
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Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center requires volunteers to provide and pay for background checks and clearances. All volunteers must have their Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 33) and Criminal Record Check Clearance (Act 34). Volunteers who have lived in Pennsylvania for less than 10 years must also have their FBI Fingerprint Clearance (Act 114). Act 33 and 34 Clearances are free for volunteers and our volunteer manager can help in attaining these clearances . *
Is your company interested in sponsoring an underserved youth through this program? Thanks to matching funds provided by the Grable Foundation, you or your company can sponsor a youth for $1500. (If you think your company might have an interest, check yes and we will reach out to the contact you provide.*)
*Contact person at your company who may be interested in sponsoring an underserved youth to explore the STEM fields with this 1:1 mentoring program.
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